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When is a cyclist at fault for an accident?

If you are a cyclist, you will know of the dangers that cars present on the road. Even when you are cycling safely and wearing a helmet, sharp turns and low visibility can lead to disastrous consequences.

If you have been involved in a collision with a car and have suffered an injury as a result, it is likely that you have been replaying the incident over in your mind. Even if you know that there was nothing you could have done to prevent the collision, at the back of your mind, you may still be wondering whether the incident was your fault.

Understanding fault in bicycle accidents

Attributing fault in a collision between a bicycle and a car can have a large impact on the damages that you will be able to claim. If you can show that the car was responsible for the incident, they may need to pay you a significant sum as a response to the medical bills that you have to pay and for the pain and suffering caused.

When might a cyclist be responsible for causing the accident?

A cyclist might be responsible for causing the accident if they were cycling on the wrong side of the road, entering the road suddenly and without warning or if they had no regard for their own safety when cycling.

If you are an injured cyclist, you should take action to make sure that you get the compensation that you deserve. Gaining damages can help you pay your medical bills so that you can recover and move forward with your life.

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